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Jun 20, 2014 7:00pm EDT
but west texas crude was up 3/4ths of a percent topping $107, the highest level since september. michelle cabrera is in iraq and has more. >> reporter: islamic jihads may not be the biggest threat, it may be an oil refinery this is not the refinery in the news for the last three days because its under assault from the rebels. no, this facility is three hours away in the iraqi region of kurtistan. it makes crude oil into kerosene for cooking, gasoline and diesel. it's the push to create its own oil industry and stands in d defying of the government. it's a region of iraq and the people dreamed of having their own independently den country. they think they should be able to drill in the ground beneath them. their plan to pump a million barrels of oil per day. with exxon, chevron that has exploration contracts. baghdad says the moves are unconstitutional. >> could they have supremecy. whatever we do is legal and constitutional. >> reporter: they don't just have wells and refineries, they have built a new pipeline buried under ground because the iraqi government won't let them use t
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 7:00pm EDT
condolences and safe travels on your way back to texas. thank you for being here. and thank you to all of you jentle man for your service. i want to focus on the policy, the agreement thafgs made for sergeant in that transfer being made. i think the most constructive thing that we can get out of this hearing is what we do in the future. in that vein, there's two issues here. first, if someone leaves their unit, should we retreat that person. and, second, what is the appropriate deal that we should make for a soldier. it sounds like at least the prevailing ideas that even if somebody deserts, we should still try to retrieve that person. does anyone on the panel agree or disagree with that principle? >> congressman, i think it comes down to a matter of intent. dr. jacob son raised the issue, the case of mr. jenkins, who deserted into north korea. to my knowledge, there's no atempbts to bring him home until he appeared four 40 years later there japan. >> and it has not been adjudicated as to whether or not he deserted. assuming for the sake of argument that he did, does that mean that we sho
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 4:00pm PDT
texas introduce a bill just to joke around with these guys saying, you know, should be american citizens, lose emails dog eat dog receipts that should be a defense against the irs. so, it didn't look good today. >> is there a check made in the sense of the irs might have literally won this round because they don't have the evidence and they say it was destroyed before anyone knew it was wanted and that lois lerner, who is not exactly a hero in this nation right now that she complained at the time? >> you know, even then, even given all of that, it's still really problematic for the irs. according to the federal records act, you have to keep track of this stuff. >> shame on them. that's the problem. this is a city of no consequence. >> it's it the law. and if it's possible someone actually broke the law here. according to folks that i have talked to keep going for a long time. >> keep going for a long time. this is a city notify consequence. >> i think had a terrible day. he looked dismissive he didn't look transparent. these hearings are show trials and for fireworks. do we ever get any
FOX Business
Jun 20, 2014 7:00pm EDT
spurred the humanitarian crisis in the first place. end jay johnson finally heading back from texas to see the it extent of the crisis. his first visit to the border since january. and this includes his crisis and not waiting for the national guard to protect the border. and back home the pentagon mimicking the presidents talk about returning our troops to iraq. the pentagon spokesperson. >> we have a lengthy stay in certainly not participating in combat action. this is a discrete measure and it is temporary as an arrangement to get eyes on the ground and figure out what is going on and get a better sense of it. lou: began with accusations with the house ways and means committee that this is the most corrupt and deceitful internal revenue service and the history of the agents you. the truthfulness directly challenged. chief congressional correspondent with our report. >> this is a pattern of abuse that is not giving us any continent competence of this agency is being impartial. i don't believe you, this is incredible. >> i have a long career. it's the first time that someone has sai
NBC
Jun 20, 2014 6:30pm EDT
. >> reporter: with a floofd central american children and families crossing the texas border every day, the white house is now trying to bring it under control. announcing today that many immigrants will be sent back home. >> showing up at the border illegally is not a ticket into this country. >> reporter: custom officials say more than 52,000 unaccompanied children have been caught at the border since october, along with 39,000 families with children. most say they're fleeing poverty and violence, and were recruited by smugglers. under pressure, the white house says it will open more facilities to detain adults with children, and speed up removal hearings. not enough though for house speaker john boehner, who wants to send the national guard to the border. in a letter to the president, he said, the policies of your administration have directly resulted in the belief by these immigrants that once they reach u.s. soil they will be able to stay here indefinitely." texas democratic congressman. >> we should care for them, we should detain them and look at immediate or expedited remov
CBS
Jun 20, 2014 6:30pm EDT
texas' rio grande valley catch as many as 1400 illegal immigrants crossing every day. the white house now plans to speed up processing by bringing in more immigration judges, moving more quickly to deport those not eligible for asylum, and expanding detention space. the white house blames the surge of border controllings on what it calls a deliberate misinformation campaign by central american smugglers. raul ortiz is a deputy chief border patrol agent. >> we're hearing through some of our intele sources they're telling the population down there if you come to the u.s. perhaps you're going to get released which is not the case. they're not going to be afforded any new benefits right now than they would have received a month ago or of or two months ago. >> reporter: police in south texas aren't convinced the new measures will work. sheriff t. michael o'connor heads a sheriff's association there. >> do we have enough time to wait and see if these programs work? we do not. the local sheriffs within our region are maxed out in our efforts that we're not going to be able to sustain this mu
ABC
Jun 20, 2014 6:30pm EDT
alert. just today, two texas men were indicted for allegedly planning to travel overseas to join jihad and support terrorist activities. >> if you have information on this man. >> reporter: the man behind it all, is a rarely photographed 43-year-old iraqi with a $10 us reward on his head, known as abu dua, or al-baghdadi. when al-baghdadi announced the goals of his group in 2012, he issued his own direct threat to the us about a second and worse 9/11. >> reporter: and with the reported seizure of hundreds of millions of dollars in cash and gold in iraq. >> we know you'll stay on it. thank you. >>> tonight the white house weighing in after the images on "world news." the surge of young faces crossing the american border from the south. some of the children without their parents, others with family, one mother, collapsing when authorities told her she had made it to the u.s. tonight the obama administration with the warning they will take action against those crossing the border and speed up deportations saying showing up on the border illegally is not a ticket to the country. the white
PBS
Jun 20, 2014 6:00pm EDT
near texas in an inflatable raft. >> ( translated ): the boat suffered a puncture and i went under the water but i managed to grab onto a piece of wood and that's how i saved myself. >> reporter: he made this dangerous journey because he says his hometown in honduras has been overrun by criminal gangs. >> ( translated ): the big people force the children to, sell bad things and if they don't do it they rape them or they kill them. >> reporter: nodwin once witnessed a boy his own age gang raped in a neighborhood park after the child refused to join a local drug gang. >> ( translated ): they were stripping a kid naked and i went to tell the kids mum and she went to check what was happening. later i went home but i didn't want to leave my house because they could have done the same thing to me as they did to the kid. >> reporter: he was living with his grandmother at the time and his parents, undocumented immigrants who live here in northern virginia, quickly hired a coyote, or human trafficker, to bring their son through mexico to the u.s. border. his story is not unique. the governm
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 6:00pm EDT
recognize the gentleman from texas for five minutes. >> thank you mr. chairman from texas. >> at -- this proposal that we are discussing today is not actually required by the clean air act. is that a true statement? >> no. it is required when we issue a 111d sector to go forward with the standard. >> welcome i think that is wrong i think it is allowed. i do not see any statutory authority that demands these proposals. i do accept that there is a supreme court case and a presidential finding of endangerment that allows the clean air act to be used, but i see no where in the statute that this has to happen. do you agree with us? >> respectfully, no. i believe -- >> rob, i want the general counsel of the epa to back that up. will you do that? >> sure. >> to the committee. >> yes. >> my understanding is what you are attempting to propose is directed by presidential speech dated june 205th, 2013, that was called the climate action plan that has then been followed up by presidential memo where se of these requirements were directed toward the epa to implement that. i would assume that you are
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 6:00pm EDT
2006 at texas state university to complete his master's degree. while enrolled in rotc. he was commissioned as second lieutenant in the u.s. army, stationed at ft. benning, georgia, then briefly at ft. richardson, alaska, before being sent to afghanistan in april of 2009. we were able to talk to him by telephone whenever he got the chance to call. we conversed with him around july 1st or 3rd, his birthday is on the 3rd. he told us he had been out looking for the last 24 hours for this soldier who had walked away. i asked if the soldier had been captured while on guard duty. darren said he didn't think so because all his gear was found neatly stacked so he thought the soldier had just left. the soldier's name was not mentioned so all we knew was that a soldier had left. darryn could not tell us where he was or what they were doing. when we would talk to him in the next few months, we would occasionally ask if they had found this soldier and he would say no, they were still looking. no name or specifics were ever mentioned. darryn was killed september 4th, 2009, which coincidenta
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 3:00pm PDT
on the job at the irs for six months, texas republican kevin brady says that the agency has hit a historic low. >> this is the most corrupt and deseatful irs in history. >> to say it is the most corrupt irs in history ignores a lot of history and it is a classic overreaction to a serious problem in which we are dealing with seriously. >> and ryan kept unleashing on him. >> and you told us monday when we asked you if any other hard drives crashed and -- you told us -- this is unbelievable. you said you would give us all of the e-mails and you learned in february it crashed. >> no, i did not learn that in february. >> i am not asking you a question, but making a statement. >> my apologies. >> and illinois congressman peter roskam said something different. >> i believe you are a white knight and the administration is trading on your reputation, and you have made a bad choice. >> several sources say that the treasury inspector general is inspecting the circumstances surrounding the missing e-mails in the related information technology issues. chris? >> more on this with the panel. mik
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 6:00pm EDT
is now on the ground in texas trying to tour some of these facilities touring the border to come up with some kind of solution. >> mike viqueira for us. thank you. >>> the obama administration's efforts are aimed at helping those migrant children in different countries. david mercer went to guatemala to find out why so many are trying to make it to the united states. >> allison gomez is desperate to leave guatemala. a neighbor attacked her without warning. now allison is scared to leave her house. it's enough to drive the 14-year-old north to join her father in the united states. >> i told my dad i'll go even if it's with a smuggler because i don't want to be here. i want to be with my dad and my brother to study and to have a better life. >> millions of young central americans like allison dream of going to the united states to escape violence and grinding poverty. with rumors that the border patrol won't turn away women and children there is a surge of children making the trip north. it's alarming. on a fact-finding trip to southern mexico, there were twice as many child migrants
CNBC
Jun 20, 2014 5:30pm EDT
start seeing that first lng terminal built in texas. so i think what we're seeing here is just basically a 45-degree angle and a lot of the energy space. we've seen it in the integrated names as well. i'm sure carter is going to touch on that 37 we have. we have a long-dated call on exxon. i would be inclined to do the same thing this trader did. you want to take some of those profits and roll out. angle these things are moving right now seems too fast and furious for me. >> which subsector in energy looks the best on a technical basis, carter? >> the big, heavy -- not so much by sectors, but things like conoco and chevron are surging. we have a circumstance here, i think, really people just looking for laggards in the group. people who like the group but think some are stretched double back and find a laggard like this to play it. we think it's a catch-up trade. >> dan, where do you find the value in the energy sector? >> we've been talking about it for a few weeks. throughout the last month, we have seen tons of upside call buying in names like kinder morgan. it's really hard
ABC
Jun 20, 2014 5:30pm EDT
. it's kinda fun to make a splash. keep on scratchin'. >> a 19 year old in texas can serve a life sentence over pot brownies. jacob back in court, allegedly making and selling baked goods with hash oil, and the police allowed them to calculate the weight of the drugs leading up to a felony. the possible sentence created outrage throughout his community. >> murders get less time than that. and the thought that my son could possibly go to prison at all is something that i can't even get my head around. >> his attorneys in court yesterday petitioning to have evidence suppressed hoping to get the case thrown out. >>> and the patriots named in a suit against aaron hernandes. and the lawsuit filed by the families of the men who he was accused of killing before signing with the patriots in 2012. and similar steps taken by the family of lloyd whose body was found near hernandez's home. and hernandez pled not guilty to all three murders. >>> and ducis rodgers joins us and the phillies gearing up for a game. could a game be in the cards? i wrote that. >> four wins in a row has them within f
ABC
Jun 20, 2014 5:00pm EDT
come in the next half-hour. don't be a grouch. >>> a texas community outraged could spend the rest of his life in prison because of pot brownies. >>> and not conducting on brownies. >>> and not conducting on independence my dad has aor afib.brillation, he has the most common kind... ...it's not caused by a heart valve problem. dad, it says your afib puts you at 5 times greater risk of a stroke. that's why i take my warfarin every day. but it looks like maybe we should ask your doctor about pradaxa. in a clinical trial, pradaxa® (dabigatran etexilate mesylate)... ...was proven superior to warfarin at reducing the risk of stroke. and unlike warfarin, with no regular blood tests or dietary restrictions. hey thanks for calling my doctor. sure. pradaxa is not for people with artificial heart valves. don't stop taking pradaxa without talking to your doctor. stopping increases your risk of stroke. ask your doctor if you need to stop pradaxa before surgery or a medical or dental procedure. pradaxa can cause serious, sometimes fatal, bleeding. don't take pradaxa if you have abnormal bleedi
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 5:00pm EDT
mothers and kids, putting them on a bus, and taking them to a bus station in mcallen, texas, and they are buying tickets to go stay with relatives in this country. all they have to do is promise that they will appear in court, and the administration will not tell us how many of them are really going to court, and how many are disappearing into the fabric of american society? the bureaucracy in this country is allowing them to stay, that is what they are telling people. >> a couple things. it is hard for me to make a blanket statement about our immigration policy. other than this administration has a commitment to enforcing the law. the law is very clear about this. those individuals who want to show up on the border, whether they have their children with them are not eligible for the deferred action the administration announced a year or two ago. and what we are doing is we are mobilizing additional resources to try to deal with this problem more effectively and in a more humanitarian fashion. and in this case -- >> [inaudible] those promising to appear, are they appearing or not? are the
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 2:00pm PDT
the texas stretch of the rio grande, the stream of people seems endless. some of the youngest border crossers come with their families. others by themselves. >> and today more indication that washington now recognizing part of the problem, jeh johnson, the secretary of homeland security in the lone star state right now. he toured the detention facility in texas this morning and now currently at lackland air force base, a temporary holding facility. these numbers we mentioned are a small portion of them. our sources at thig us there are so many more that are actually by passing immigration authorities there on the ground. and eventually making it to their relatives up north. they don't want to be on the radar. >> this is a heartbreaking story. i want you to stand by a moment and bring in rosa flores in new york now. she's just back from central america. you were just in honduras. a lot of these kids coming in without their parents, what, they've been told if they make it to the united states, they can stay? give us a little sense of what's motivating this exodus of young children unac
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 5:00pm EDT
have been opened to military bases. california, oklahoma, and texas. and it's not just a crisis confined to border states. the impacts are being felt as far away as virginia and new york. >> in decision to all this we know we must do something to stem this tide. >> extreme poverty and gang-related violence in their home countries are among the main reasons young children flee to the united states. frequently the goal is to reunite with family members already here. >> they ask you for money. they kill pup it's horrible. >> these people who come to the united states looking for a job, which is most of them, they're very vulnerable. >> the story has become another flesh wound in the national immigration debate which has recently evolved into finger pointing. democrats say republicans are block reform. the republicans say the administration is too soft on enforcement. >> the administration's action has only served to increase more illegal crossings. child migration is not new but it's clearly getting worse. the obama administration said three years ago 6,000 children crossed the bor
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 2:00pm PDT
correct. >> sara slayman, field director for the democratic party in texas. great to have both of you with us. i'll ask the basic question from what i'm hearing, what is the truth about marriage, john? what is the truth that we're not seeing here? >> well, ed, i'm glad you asked. let me tell you, i really wish the media would stop calling these people christ yans, because they are not, they are christians in name only. many are wrinkled and quite a few are irregular. gay people are like mexican people and muslim people, if god didn't like them he would stop creating so damned many. i've been through all seven bible verses and nothing have anything to do with consensual same sex relations between adults. if you're a christian american who discriminates against anybody, you've failed at being christian and american. >> sara, what's your response to this? this hard right width rewing religious connection that the gop can't get away from and looking at the demographics of it, all who are they winning over? >> hi, ed, it's good to see you back. i think like i've said before, it's a typical divi
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 4:00pm EDT
interesting times. whether you're the governor the state of the size of texas, with all interests things going on, or whether you're observing the world and influencing it through the medium that you do, thank you for that. all too obvious we lose sight that we're blessed to live in a country that allows us to do these things. one of the things i learned as a young boy, i really didn't respect the process, the country, the freedoms we have until i went around the world back in the early and mid 1970s, and had seen how people were treated and somewhat downtrodden in certain places, making the relationship between the types of government they had in those countries, and how the people were impacted. it's really -- it's really had an impact on me and one of the reasons i got into this public service business, to make a difference. i had no ideafuls going to end up doing what i've done, but with that said, let me share with you what i've been doing for the last 18 to 24 months, because i think that's the most timely period, and going forward, and i don't think there's a more important
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 4:00pm EDT
keep up with the spending. you could not have an ecosystem that collected texas high enough to keep up with the spending. so i guess one way to say it is that cbo projects entitlement cost and the dead are responsible for 100 percent of the rising long-term deficit. even the highest sustained tax revenue in history will not come close to paying for that. if entitlements spending is driving this, then shouldn't those strong majority of the reforms come from those programs, or should we just keep chasing records spending was higher tax levels? again, that is a race he will lose because we cannot keep up with it. >> myth number two, social security and medicare recipients receive only what they pay into the system. i hear this a lot. for social security, that is becoming more true. the typical person retiring into medicaid today in will receive $3 in benefits for every dollar paid into the system. and specifically one couple retiring will have paid about $119,000 lifetime premiums and receive about $357,000 in lifetime medicare benefits. you multiply that by about 77 million baby boome
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 4:00pm EDT
children and what they are up against. >> in texas and arizona, there has presented challenges for the government. first and foremost there is an immediate situation in which the agencies involved need to have the resources to take care of these children. vulnerable populations should not be kept in inhospitable situations along the border. they do need to be screened, and they must not be detain: we're very concerned that the government will start detaining more families as well. >> the process is different upon children. but either way it's simply very important that the resources are there to provide adequate care and screening. i think its important to note that to address the situation more broadly and holistically we need to be taking a look at the conditions of the home countries of thighs individuals to see what steps the u.s. government can take. >> and i'll jump in only to say which speaks to the vice president's trip to guatemala. katrina, senior associate with the refugee protection program at human rights first. catarina. thank you. >>> in nigeria, 219 school girls are sti
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 1:00pm PDT
understand the texas governor. in a new piece for yts the new york times magazine, mark explored the lessons he's learned about embarrassing stage fails. one think he has learned the hard way is that running for president requires an inhuman level of mental and physical stamina. perry said he lacked both last time. the strutny is brutal and getting worse with every election cycle. i won't tell you the company but i had some people come into the office recently perry told me to his chagrin, he learned later the visit had been videotaped. every meeting you go to, he said, you have to operate on the assumption that it's being recorded. joining me now is chief national correspondent and author of this town, not our town, mark lebowitz. >> thank you for setting the record straight. >> the waters have been muddied. >> you need inhuman levels of human stamina to be copy editor -- >> apparently so and also to be rick perry. i wanted to believe on your excellent piece in which you ate passtrami sandwiches. >> rubens. >> and proceeded to say he was very jewish, close to the jewish people. >> i
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 1:00pm PDT
by parents hoping they can stay. can texas wait for washington to do something? i'll ask the man there who wants to be governor. i'm john berman in for jake tapper today. we begin with the world lead. the united states next mission in iraq could begin any minute. the pentagon tells cnn that some of the 300 u.s. military advisors ordered to iraq by president obama are in fact, already there. and are being drawn from personnel already in the country to protect the u.s. embassy. right now, their mission is to help the iraqi military destroy isis on its own. the president has vowed that american troops will not go back nook combat, but many military analysts including some who saw action in places like fallujah say boots on the ground are boots on the ground. meantime, the united nations now says this terror siege forced more than 1 million people to flee their homes in iraq, but many who stayed behind are taking up arms against the sunni extremists who are vowing to take baghdad and now have one of saddam hussein's old bombed out dusty chemical weapons plants. we'll have much more o
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm PDT
confirmed the accuracy of that report. and another texas-sized scandal for governor. rick perry, while in san francisco of all places, compared homosexuality to alcoholism. perry did not apologize for the remark, but he did later admit that he had, quote, stepped in it. but scandal does not stop with republicans. brian schweitzer is also in hot water after questioning eric cantor's sexuality and implying that physical low democrat diane fein stat was a lady of the night. senator feinstein's response, you better keep him away from her husband. full disclosure, he's an msnbc contributor here. all right. it's going to be a busy first outing on "the cycle" for doug thornell, former press secretary for the democratic congress campaign committee. doug, let's start with scott walker here. you know, it's not clear whether he'll be in legal jeopardy or not. but it seems pretty clear his hopes of 2016 success may be fading. >> well, put aside 2016. in 2014 he's got a very tough re-election campaign against a businesswoman named mary burke. that race is tied it at around 47/47. right now he had t
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm PDT
. >>> coming up, bowe bergdahl back in the u.s. recovering at a medical center in texas. one of the key points of his recovery, we're hearing today, telling stories of what happened to him in those five years of taliban capture. we'll talk to a former military psychiatrist about this process, how it helps him. >>> next, sunday's world cup game between the u.s. and portugal. the players will be taking on one another. but also the sweltering amazonian heat in brazil. could the u.s. use this to their advantage? >>> and later, pope francis weighing in on recreational marijuana. stay with me. you are watching cnn. [male vo] inside this bag is 150 years of swedish experience in perfecting the rich, never bitter taste of gevalia. we do it all for this very experience. [woman] that's good. i know right? gevalia. i dbefore i dosearch any projects on my home. i love my contractor, and i am so thankful to angie's list for bringing us together. find out why more than two million members count on angie's list. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. are the largest targets in the world, for every hacker, cr
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 3:00pm EDT
the witness answer the question? >> regular order, mr. levin. has theleman from texas time, and he is questioning appropriately. lease, no more interruptions. >> regular order allows the witness to answer a question. >> regular order allows questioning as fit. the commission has given latitude to members of both parties to do that. parliamentary inquiry, mr. chairman. ask the gentleman will state his parliamentary inquiry. bucs under the rules of the house, every member has five minutes to pose questions to the witness, and the witness is given the opportunity and right to respond. is the chairman saying the witness does not have a right to respond to the questions? ask the gentleman has had plenty of time to respond. that is not parliamentary. >> does the witness have a right to respond? >> the gentleman has not stated a parliamentary inquiry. >> you withheld the information from a congressional investigation. and in may you assure this committee that all of ms. lerner's e-mails would be provided to us. yet you knew that that was not possible. knew we would, i provide you all the
CBS
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm PDT
released this picture of the accident that and a month ago. a 21-year-old from texas apparently borrowed the $138,000 car from his boss and his drive ended when he got the car stuck in a maintenance pit at muni's potrero division yard. >> he was an intern. >> but his boss let him borrow it. >> maybe not anymore. >>> if you were planning on heading out to wine country this weekend, be warned, nascar is rolling into town up that way. they are going to take over the sonoma raceway and with it will come tens of thousands of fans and some monster traffic jams, too. chp and the raceway are trying to get people to use alternates over the weekend. the race started today and will run through sunday. while it's a big event for area, the congestion can last for hours so most of the roads leading to the track are two lanes. so if you are going there, plan ahead. >>> the world famous lombard street will be closed this weekend to most but not all. people living along the curvy san francisco street have long complained about tourist overload so city leaders voted to close down the one-way road for four
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am PDT
story. this is what bowe bergdahl is focusing on right now at a texas medical facility. we have new details from inside his treatment room. >>> plus, a fourth grader is suing another fourth grader. the lawsuit claims he was bullied over and over. but is that even legal? to sue someone so young? >>> and then, the u.s. faces portugal in the world cup. how portugal's top player, cristiano ronaldo, could be out of the game. bill have you seen my keys anywhere? i'll help you look. maybe you left them in the bathroom again. it's just the strangest thing... the warning signs of alzheimer's disease, may be right in front of you. it's alright baby. for help and information, call the alzheimer's association or visit alz.org/10signs listen up, thunder dragons, it's time to get a hotel. hey, razor. check this out. we can save big with priceline express deals. hey you know what man, these guys aint no dragons. they're cool. these deals are legit. yeah, we're cool. she's cool. we're cool. priceline express deals are totally legit. check this, thousands of people book them everyday and score kille
ABC
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am PDT
arlington, texas, give it up for stephen shaw. let him hear it. [cheers and applause] stephen. smooth. steve, you got that smooth voice. >> i like to think so, yeah. >> got a nice voice. from my understanding-- you have your guitar with you-- you've actually written a song for us.
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am PDT
, who says the e-mails were lost. nonsense, said democrat lloyd doggett of texas. this controversy, like so many others, is controversy for controversy's sake. >> sir, have you ever been in benghazi? >> no. >> do you know if you or ms. lerner have ever had any responsibility for anything having to do with benghazi and our embassy there? >> no. >> how about area 51 out in roswell, new mexico, where all those space aliens allegedly came? have you ever had any responsibility for that? >> no. >> have you ever had custody of the president's birth certificate? >> no. >> well, commissioner, i believe one of the mistakes that you've made in dealing with the committee today is that you did assume professionally that this was a serious inquiry. >> nice to see a little bit of a sense of humor there. the congressman added there's a much larger cover-up issue here, gop desires to cover up how these nonprofit groups twist the tax code to use corporate money to influence elections. spokesperson: the volkswagen passat is heads above the competition, but we're not in the business of naming names. t
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am PDT
reason why the administration is responding to what's going on in texas is because it's politically motivated and they're worried that texas governor will make a stand on immigration and get some power toward 2016. >> i don't think rick perry is a big problem for the democrats. i hope he doesn't. any of those problems are fine with me if they want to run in 2016. the reason mitt romney is doing so well is who else do republicans have? nobody else. you tell me who the republicans have. >> we're just fine. >> who do you got? >> let's start with marco rubio. >> is that who you would like to see? >> i like marco rubio a lot especially with the immigration debate. listen, there are people that will push back against any kind of immigration reform. this is great hispanic guy who has risen through the ranks and i think he's very, very powerful. listen, if we could pray here just to tick you off, let it not be mitt romney. we don't want mitt romney. >> would you be more interested if it was marco rubio? >> i don't think rubio has a chance based on division in the party. jeb bush is your bes
FOX News
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am PDT
, tennessee and lucas, texas and that is average american as it gets. >> these are people who every year in april paid income taxes right off of the top of their incomes and then they organized themselves politically and find the powerful and feared agency in the united states asking them for this detailed information. that was the result of democratic senators encysting in letters to the irs that they go after and look at 5014 c groups. that is the party in power sicking the irs on average americans. >> the president was outraged when he first learned of all of this. what has he done to express his outrage since then? >> he allowed the irs to go up to capitol hill from time to time and elaborate the preposterous excuses why they were not responsible for lois lerners losing her e-mails. no one who has a pc in front of them and understands that e-mails are sent to an outside server believes that something like this could happen. >> you said the president seems detached and worn out from all of this? >> that's what the hill newspaper reported. maybe obama is done with washington. he's not
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 1:00pm EDT
the midwest. we'll also watch parts of texas, kansas, and nebraska, later. in addition to hot weather into the low 90s there to the south. >> tomorrow being the first day of summer. >> yay. >> thank you very much. >>> we want to thank each and every one of you for watching al jazeera america. i'm del walters in new york. "techknow" is next. and you can always check us out 24 hours eye day by going to website -- aljazeera.com. and woe continue to monitor what is happening in iraq. >> this is "techknow." a show about invocations invocation innovations that can save lives. we're going to celebrate the intersection of hardware and humanity and doing it in a unique way. this is a show about science by scientists. let's check out our team of hard core nerds. lindsay moran is a starting for every move captured by a camera tracking her from above. >> she's acting a little bit suspicion. >> see the crime fighting tech that's creating
CNN
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am PDT
made. the governor says his words were, quote, stupid, and the texas governor rick perry says he, quote, stepped right in it. >>>wolf blitzer reporting from washington. both the islamist militants and the iraqi army. as advisers prepare to deploy to that country to help contain the crisis. we just learned the first of those advisers could arrive in iraq as early as tomorrow. president obama is also sending the secretary of state, john kerry, to the region. he's heading out this weekend for meetings in europe and the middle east. our chief national security correspondent jim sciutto will be traveling with the secretary this week. there's a lot at stake. the key question is how far is the u.s. going to go in squeezing the iraqis to get rid of nuri al maliki? >> they're not going to do it publicly. they're going to do it subtlety. they don't want their fingers on a political regime change. he certainly didn't express a vote of confidence in maliki. i think that's what's happening. it's happening domestically as well. the ayatollah sistani, the revered leader of shias in iraq, saying
CW
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm CDT
and on used warehouse. the texas department of public safety has been authorized to spend an extra $1.3 million a week to wrap up patrols on the border. right now married couples are only eligible for benefits under the fan ofamily and medical leave act. president obama is directing the department of labour to propose a rule extending those rights. >> >> some say it is more like a gq magazine shoot. it received thousands of lakes from the facebook page. garnered a lot of cocomments. kraft recalls hundreds of cases from wal-mart stores. planning a visit to chicago. miles doesn't need to wander into the wild for the hunt. and even though this isn't real hunting, kelly knows miles craves meat, which is why she only feeds him iams. iams has 2x the meat as other leading brands. to help give miles the strong body he needs to keep up with his daily appetite for the hunt. iams keep love strong with 2x the meat. love the iams difference or your money back. dave, it's been a while. you've got a beard. [ laughs ] come on in. i've been shaking these bounce bursts into my washer. they bring all
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm EDT
texas faith and freedom coalition susan fletcher. [applause] what a great conference. thank you so much to this organization. hasn't this been wonderful? [applause] and guess what, it is about to get even better. ladies and gentlemen, you are in for a treat. one of my favorite congressmen. we have several from texas. one of my favorite congressmen. i have a saying i like to see that in texas and i want to tell you i want to challenge everyone here if you don't do something with what you are hearing todayy is like leaning on a shovel and praying. you have a shovel, kick it up and use it. and this congressman is one of those that absolutely does not. he has been shoveling and working so hard for those values that we all hold so dear. congressman louie gohmert is serving in his fifth term in the u.s. house of representatives. he was recently named the vice chair of the judiciary subcommittee on crime, terrorism and homeland security and has extensive knowledge. he was elected to the three terms of the district or to the county later appointed by governor rick perry as the justice of t
ABC
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm EDT
elvis because of his deep, sultry voice. from arlington, texas, give it up for stephen shaw. let him hear it. [cheers and applause] stephen. smooth. steve, you got that smooth voice. >> i like to think so, yeah. >> got a nice voice. from my understanding--
CNBC
Jun 20, 2014 12:00pm EDT
seeing companies come back and manufacture. what most don't know is texas is now producing more emergency than the persian gulf. >> murph, you have been on this, you have been bullish. you had a number of situations thrown at you and it has not fazed you one bit. >> differing from pete a little bit, i don't see a reason to throw new money at caterpillar up here. you could have bought it in the low 90 and high 80s, so i look for names without a big rally yet. like intel. >> that's the point though, if everything you're saying is i would not chase that, then what do you do. >> you could look at something tyke like oracle. not everything will continue to move up forever. i have not bought oracle yet. if you see a pull back on a name you like, buy it. you will get pull backs. there is no reason to say we're going to hit 17,000 on the dow, you have to buy everything today. >> we were talking about oracle today an "squawk on the street." >>> we both felt last night this was a buying opportunity. the reason we say that is when you get these big tech companies and repositions from tradi
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 11:30am EDT
counseling at the green hills school in dallas texas. and from new york, a correspondent for al jazeera america real money with ali velshi. let me start with you. since is you have seen fit the inside. tell the people who are watch withing why it is that tuitions have risen so fast. what is driving those costs. >> well, as in your set up piece, the biggest single factor increasing student tuition rates at public university is the decline in state support for those universities. in fact. a major way the university has to make up for that, is to increase the tuition, now, at the same time they are most universities are getting more and more sensitive to the impact this has on students and so they will often have a skull min nation of an increase in tuition, and a some form of cuts within the university to try to decrease overall expenses. >> were there no other choices as add inning stray tors like jouster look t a what can be done to economize what can go first. was tuition really the only fall back position for closing what could be a budget deficit? is. >> there are -- >> it depends on
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 8:00am PDT
do that. i look at homosexual issues the same way. >> that was texas governor rick perry last week. what he's saying about the comments now is one of the things we thought you should know. my motheit's delicious. toffee in the world. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. i never really thought i would make money doing what i love. we created legalzoom to help people start their business and launch their dreams. go to legalzoom.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. the numbers are impressive. over 400,000 new private sector jobs... making new york state number two in the nation in new private sector job creation... with 10 regional development strategies to fit your business needs. and now it's even better because they've introduced startup new york... with the state creating dozens of tax-free zones where businesses pay no taxes for ten years. become the next business to discover the new new york. [ male
FOX Business
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am EDT
cities across the country, urban developments, d.c. state parks in new york, texas, building these buildings specifically for pet owners because the renters than coming in comedy and regeneration are saying they want and amenities for their pets, as they want pools, they want the spa for the pet, they want -- can i show you a picture? senate square in washington d.c. a very new up and coming area of d.c. they actually have a rooftop dog park. stuart: a rooftop dog park. for your dog and this is what these young sprinters are looking for. that is what they want. gone are the days -- it is bring your pet but pale little more. stuart: when you got to bailout more for this. are you series? they have swimming pools? >> a development that is underway in dallas, tx that is going to be building a swimming pool for dogs as part of the development and another one will be building of spot or is building up at spa for grooming, sitting, everything else for animals. stuart: you got to pass judgment on this, crazy? cheryl: is a brilliant thing for developers to be doing. the intergenerational th
Al Jazeera America
Jun 20, 2014 11:00am EDT
thunderstorms in parts of texas, nebraska and kansas. so we'll continue with severe weather. >> 1877, i remember that, it was wet too. rebecca stevenson, thanks. >>> finally, there has been a real reason why your mother told you not to ride a motorcycle. >> front brake, back brake, literally. i said i got to bail. i'm not going through the car, i have to go over it. >> that motorcyclist describing what's happening in this amazing video, showing him being hit by a car. the biker, mike smith, tumbles over the car and cartwheels and walks away. the only injury that he received was road rash. he said i pop it and walk. we want to thank you for joining us on aljazeera america. go to aljazeera.com where the news never stops and it continues 24 hours a day. 7 days a week. even in the teeth since the worst recession. college tuition and fees public and private kept raising faster than the cost of everything else. as undergraduating high schoolers have been picking colleges education change lives but so does college debt. it is the inside story.
KRON
Jun 20, 2014 7:00am PDT
homeland security secretary jeh johnson will be in texas today to address the growing issue of flocking into the u-s. earlier show as the breeze that the result camera bounce around a little bit not seem much of that retinopathy it's not that bad and the sun's coming through just fine with cn service cisco are ready at 67 degrees or above that mark an oakland san jose are ready 60 store counter and said arose also quickly close another 60 degree mark currently 57 right now. first this is a general is that showing a year in the five camera again is not that they care here's temperatures for this afternoon in the south they were beginning to or there. it to expect a high as two or muffin to the and the tougher terms as mayor 90 they're closer to the water of the upper seventies to low eighties for you. in the east bay the warm spot as usual in the delta of 1992 increased their and upper 80s for the ceremony alley. lotus mid-70s real upper 60s for near '70s their adult cells emphasis on the north bay today. temperatures over the course of the next seven days looks like morgan main
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am EDT
tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? >> to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one inute. mr. carter: thank you, mr. speaker. last night a tragedy struck a small town in central texas. little river academy is a very small town outside of the largest town of temple in bell county, texas. the chief of police, lee dixon, was killed in the line of duty while responding to a routine disturnans. there's an investigation on-- disturbance. there's an investigation ongoing and i'm confident as a former judge and knowing the judiciary of that county and the makeup of the juries that justice will be served in this case. but i ask this house to keep the family of chief lee dixon in their thoughts and prayers as they go through this time in a very small but very important town in bell county, texas. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the chair lays before the house the following personal requests. the clerk: leave of absence requested for mr. tipton of colorad
MSNBC
Jun 20, 2014 7:00am PDT
southwest texas to visit u.s. custom and border protections facility. resources at the border are stretched thin. since the fall of more than 47,000 unaccompanied children have crossed into the united states alone. the trip comes just a day after president obama reached out directly to the mexican president to address the growing crisis, including how to deal with the criminals who are luring these children from central america across the border by promising them they can legally stay in the united states once they arrive. meanwhile, about an hour vice president joe biden is scheduled to arrive in guatemala. he'll be meeting with the nation's president and other regional leaders. the white house said the vice president will ask for support to more quickly process, and safely return undocumented immigrants to their home countries. and developing right now, secretary of state john kerry has just shared new details just released report on human trafficking. the state department has downgraded thailand, malaysia, and venezuela to the list of the world's worst places for human traffick
CSPAN
Jun 20, 2014 10:00am EDT
of texas was spending $71 million in the election cycle 2012. my concern is it doesn't appear in the public record has been a determination as to whether that was a legitimate social welfare organization are not window from today's papers and elaborate charts that anothechart that anl welfare organizations headed for citizens for a strong america. but that organization apparently wasn't involved in promoting the political process in the state of wisconsin. iabc that this is a serious matter. the use of the corporate secret money is a problem enough. but the determination to have that money to be taxpayer subsidized in social welfare organizations and in some cases headed by individuals who never had any interest until they could claim it for themselves to public our democracy that is a serious problem. i'm pleased you are going to be coming forward with anything else that you can find. because although this is not a serious investigation but the endless pursuit, the obsession with conspiracy and conspiracies we do need to have every bit of information every shred of information t
NBC
Jun 20, 2014 7:00am PDT
dangerous season where landslides wrecked havoc. this caused a home in whitney, texas to fall into the lake. in april, this video shows cars on charles street in baltimore, maryland disappearing as the landslide works down the street. in march, a mudslide in oso, washington killed more than 40 people. back here in minnesota, as residents clean up after heavy flooding, officials are saying the hospital building is safe. it may take several days for crews to get in and remove all of the debris from the roadway. they are waiting for the ground to stabilize and for the mud to dry out in minneapolis. savannah and matt, back to you. >> dave berggren, thank you very much. >>> another big story we're following this morning. the fbi is working with the center for disease control to determine how 75 workers at the labs in atlanta were exposed to the dangerous anthrax bacteria. those workers, by the way, are now under close medical observation. a lot of questions about how this happened. nbc's tom costello has the story in washington. good morning. >> reporter: anthrax is best known now as an agent in
CBS
Jun 20, 2014 7:00am PDT
texas, up to 3 inches of rain an hour is falling around del rio, and more showers are possible in the hard-hit minnesota. rivers there at record levels. the national guard is on the scene. nina moni of our minneapolis station wcco is near the university of minnesota where mudslides are adding to the emergency. nina, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. the worst of the severe weather has passed through minnesota, but there is significant damage all across the state. take a look we're along the mississippi river here on the west bank of the university of minnesota. you can see a mudslide that occurred right next to this hospital fair view medical center here on the campus. all of this happening during a season that's already proved to be one of the worst in record rainfalls. >> the car is flooded. and windows are open. >> reporter: torrential rains brought flash flooding to minnesota thursday. the governor declared a state of disaster in 35 counties. nearly half the state. sean rasmussen and others spent the day trudging through floodwaters, looking for people who needed hel
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